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Texas officer’s shooting, chase ends with suspect dead

Seattle Times Wednesday, 15 January 2020
FOREST HILL, Texas (AP) — The shooting of a North Texas police officer and the theft of her patrol car early Wednesday led to a chase that ended with a crash and the suspect dead. The events began about 2:30 a.m. outside a convenience store on Interstate 20 in Forest Hill, Texas, a Fort Worth […]
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A Forest Hill police officer was injured in a shooting early Wednesday morning and the suspect is dead after leading police on a chase into Fort Worth.

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